uk school year ages

If you do not think your child is ready to start school by then, they can start part-way through the year or part time – as long as they are in full-time education by the time they reach ‘compulsory school age’.
Your child must start full-time education once they reach compulsory school age. This is on 31 December, 31 March or 31 August following their fifth birthday – whichever comes first. If your child’s fifth birthday is on one of those dates then they reach compulsory school age on that date.

Age 5–7. Y1–2. 1st–2nd form infants
Y = School years

Age in Years
Girls must turn 3 during the calendar year of entry

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Children are required by law to receive full-time education at the start of the school term following their fifth birthday but have the opportunity to start in the reception year in the September following their fourth birthday. Children are normally admitted to the reception year at school in the September following their fourth birthday.

References:

http://prosperoteaching.com/from-overseas/uk-key-stages-by-age-year/
http://www.rathdownschool.ie/Class-Ages/
http://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/choosing-a-school/independent-schools/uk-independent-schools-explained
http://www.wandsworth.gov.uk/schools-and-admissions/admissions/primary-school-admissions/compulsory-school-age/
http://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/choosing-a-school/the-british-system